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1. vision

noun. ['ˈvɪʒən'] a vivid mental image.

Synonyms

  • retrovision
  • mental imagery
  • imaging
  • prevision
  • imagery

Antonyms

  • unrhetorical
  • dislike
  • Heaven
  • Hell

Etymology

  • visio (Latin)

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Rhymes with Vision Defect

  • teleconnect
  • overprotect
  • interconnect
  • disrespect
  • reinspect
  • misdirect
  • disinfect
  • disconnect
  • reconnect
  • recollect
  • nondirect
  • interject
  • disaffect
  • suspect
  • subject
  • resurrect
  • respect
  • reflect
  • reelect
  • redirect
  • project
  • neglect
  • intersect
  • inspect
  • indirect
  • incorrect
  • expect
  • deflect
  • confect
  • unchecked

2. vision

noun. ['ˈvɪʒən'] the ability to see; the visual faculty.

Synonyms

  • twilight vision
  • visual sense
  • sense modality
  • central vision
  • achromatic vision
  • stigmatism
  • eyesight
  • night vision
  • near vision
  • binocular vision
  • scotopic vision
  • sightedness
  • exteroception
  • seeing
  • distance vision
  • monocular vision
  • chromatic vision
  • peripheral vision
  • photopic vision
  • sensory system
  • modality
  • acuity
  • night-sight
  • visual acuity
  • daylight vision
  • color vision
  • sharp-sightedness
  • visual modality
  • trichromacy

Antonyms

  • conception
  • waking
  • wake
  • imperfection

Etymology

  • visio (Latin)

3. vision

noun. ['ˈvɪʒən'] the perceptual experience of seeing.

Synonyms

  • visual sensation
  • sense impression
  • esthesis
  • sense experience
  • sense datum
  • aesthesis

Antonyms

  • uncreative
  • inability
  • convergent thinking
  • plain

Etymology

  • visio (Latin)

4. defect

noun. ['ˈdiːfɛkt, dɪˈfɛkt'] an imperfection in a bodily system.

Synonyms

  • congenital disorder
  • congenital anomaly
  • imperfectness
  • imperfection
  • birth defect
  • congenital abnormality
  • myelatelia

Antonyms

  • beauty
  • ugliness
  • disappearance
  • nonattendance

Etymology

  • defaicte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • defectus (Latin)

5. defect

noun. ['ˈdiːfɛkt, dɪˈfɛkt'] a failing or deficiency.

Synonyms

  • disadvantage

Antonyms

  • hairlessness
  • hairiness

Etymology

  • defaicte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • defectus (Latin)

6. vision

noun. ['ˈvɪʒən'] the formation of a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses.

Synonyms

  • dream
  • imagination
  • imaginary creature
  • creativeness
  • fancy
  • imaginary place
  • imaginary being
  • phantasy
  • mythical place
  • fictitious place
  • creative thinking
  • imaginativeness
  • dreaming
  • creativity

Antonyms

  • astigmatism
  • blind
  • effector
  • stupidity

Etymology

  • visio (Latin)

7. vision

noun. ['ˈvɪʒən'] a religious or mystical experience of a supernatural appearance.

Antonyms

  • gladden

Etymology

  • visio (Latin)

8. defect

noun. ['ˈdiːfɛkt, dɪˈfɛkt'] an imperfection in an object or machine.

Synonyms

  • flaw
  • bug
  • fault
  • imperfection
  • imperfectness
  • glitch
  • blister

Antonyms

  • inferior
  • stay
  • extinguish
  • hypopigmentation

Etymology

  • defaicte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • defectus (Latin)

9. defect

noun. ['ˈdiːfɛkt, dɪˈfɛkt'] a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body).

Synonyms

  • whitehead
  • slur
  • blemish
  • dent
  • smudge
  • verruca
  • nick
  • appearance
  • comedo
  • nevus
  • blackhead
  • chatter mark
  • crack
  • burn
  • scrape
  • smear
  • check
  • ding
  • mole
  • gouge
  • smirch
  • mark
  • visual aspect
  • burn mark
  • scratch
  • stigma
  • mar
  • chip
  • blot
  • milium
  • spot
  • wart
  • birthmark
  • scar

Antonyms

  • strengthen
  • focus
  • clean
  • unbend

Etymology

  • defaicte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • defectus (Latin)

10. defect

verb. ['ˈdiːfɛkt, dɪˈfɛkt'] desert (a cause, a country or an army), often in order to join the opposing cause, country, or army.

Synonyms

  • fly
  • resist
  • dissent
  • rat
  • desert
  • flee
  • protest

Antonyms

  • differ
  • disagree
  • derestrict
  • activity

Etymology

  • defaicte (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • defectus (Latin)

Sentences with vision-defect


1. Noun Phrase
However, they do not reveal very much about the nature, type and severity of the color vision defect, nor do they provide much in the way of clinical information.

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